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False memory decision is justice

May 28, 2016 To the editor: Re: “Parents can sue Michigan therapist in false memories case” — hooray for the Michigan Supreme Court! In their decision to send the case back to the lower court, the justices are... more »»

Local man won peacetime Medal of Honor

May 28, 2016 HOUGHTON — The Medal of Honor is the most prestigious military declaration a soldier can receive. The ranks of awardees are small — and those who also have Copper Country ties are even rarer. more »»

Nature walkway is threatened

May 28, 2016 To the editor: Ontonagon, the island nature walkway is going, going gone. Please take a stand and voice your opinion. This is an FYI for those who use the island walkways and fishing docks, etc. more »»

Calumet man distinguished himself in World War II

May 28, 2016 CALUMET — Among the Copper Country residents fighting abroad during World War II was Wilbert Junttila, an Air Force captain from Calumet who emerged victorious from numerous air battles with Nazi... more »»

Sanders backers don’t have a clue

May 28, 2016 To the editor: What’s It Like In Bernie-land? Bernie Sanders, Socialist, is drawing huge crowds chanting “Bernie, Bernie!” These people don’t have a clue what Socialism and Communism is. more »»

The Western Federation of Miners arrives on Lake Superior

May 28, 2016 Labor unions came and went in the Copper Country around the turn of the 20th century. more »»

Bloodthirsty god not worthy

May 28, 2016 To the editor: In a bloody letter of May 14, the writer states: “So my question to evolutionists is: Which came first ... more »»

Democrat ticket: Clinton/Winfrey

May 28, 2016 To the editor: The 2016 Democratic and Republican primaries are rapidly coming to a close with the two apparent nominees becoming increasingly obvious to all onlookers. more »»

Inaccurate letters on home care

May 21, 2016 To the editor: Recently, letters published by this newspaper from individuals in our community have not accurately portrayed recent events regarding Aspirus Help At Home. more »»

Creator’s rights can’t be taken

May 21, 2016 To the editor: In these trying times when our government has lost its moral compass, we born-again believers in Jesus Christ have to let our opinions be heard by testimony and the printed wor. more »»

Discourse on feminine hygiene

May 21, 2016 To the editor: The past century has seen the emancipation of woman in the Western world. more »»

No reason to fear paranormal realm

May 21, 2016 To the editor: Recently, David Keranen, of Bakersfield, California, wrote a letter regarding proof of the paranormal, asserting that there is none. more »»

Effort keeps CLK athletics thriving

May 19, 2016 To the editor: Once again, a huge thank you is due to the many, many businesses, groups and individuals who gave their time, products and financial support to this year’s “Celebrate Blue and Gray”... more »»

Midwinter fun for local children

May 19, 2016 To the editor: The tradition of Cabin Fever Carnival was upheld for yet another year! The annual fundraising event provides midwinter fun for hundreds of Copper Country children. more »»

Funds raised for JROTC nationals

May 19, 2016 To the editor: The Calumet and Lake Linden High Schools JROTC would like to thank our local community for supporting us in our recent Spaghetti Dinner with auction and raffle. more »»

True stewards of natural resources

May 14, 2016 To the editor: When I read Chris Albert’s letter to the editor on May 7 (“Nature Controls Wolf Population”), I wondered how someone from Lebanon Junction, Kentucky, would understand anything about... more »»

Plant has not harmed students

May 14, 2016 To the editor: Sacred Heart School was mentioned once again in a recent article about the L’Anse Warden Plant. more »»

Change ways or change motto

May 14, 2016 To the editor: Aspirus has a problem. Its motto is “Passion for excellence, compassion for people. more »»

Reduce stigma of mental health

May 14, 2016 To the editor: May is Mental Health Awareness Month. One goal for opening dialogue about mental illness is to reduce stigma. Using person-first language is one way to reduce stigma. more »»

Clean up lake for public’s benefit

May 14, 2016 To the editor: Here we go again...After putting all that money on top of the stamp (red) sands, we still have a problem with the purity of Torch Lake. more »»

 
 

 

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